November 2015 movie releases
"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" will be released Nov. 20, starring (left to right) Josh Hutcherson, Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth. Lionsgate

The first day of November is a great reminder that Thanksgiving is just weeks away, but it also means that new movies will soon be hitting theaters! Throughout the month, a number of highly buzzed-about films will be released, including the fourth and final "Hunger Games" installment, Michael B. Jordan's "Creed" and "The Danish Girl," which recounts one of the first gender reassignment surgeries.

November films also help people get into the holiday spirit. Later in the month, movie-lovers can watch as Seth Rogen and two of his best friends live through one of the wildest and wackiest Christmas parties ever. And there are also a few new movies for kids, including Charles M. Schulz's "The Peanut Movie."

Check out the biggest movies premiering in November 2015 below:

"Spectre," Nov. 6

Daniel Craig reprises his role as James Bond and heads to Mexico City and Rome for a mission where he uncovers the global criminal organization Spectre. As 007 starts to learn more about the organization, he discovers a startling connection between himself and the villainous Ernest Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz).

"Trumbo," Nov. 6

Bryan Cranston stars as Dalton Trumbo, a successful screenwriter who was blacklisted in the 1940s because of his political beliefs. The film tells the story of how Trumbo used his writing to help expose the injustice of being blacklisted. The movie also features Helen Mirren, Louis CK, Elle Fanning and Diane Lane.

"The Peanuts Movie," Nov. 6

We’ve all had a time in our lives when we were too afraid to approach someone we had a crush on, and that’s exactly what Charlie Brown (voiced by Noah Schnapp) is going through in this kid-friendly movie. The lovable character sets out on a mission to become a “winner” and muster the courage to finally talk to the Little Red-Haired Girl (voiced by Francesca Capaldi).

"The 33," Nov. 13

"The 33" tells the true story of 33 copper and gold miners in Chile trapped underground for 69 days in 2010. "The 33" stars Antonio Banderas and Cote de Pablo.

"By The Sea," Nov. 13

An American writer (Brad Pitt) and his wife (Angelina Jolie) travel to a French resort for a vacation in hopes of saving their troubled marriage, but it doesn’t seem like the vacation goes as planned. This will be the first time Pitt and Jolie have appeared in a movie together since "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" in 2005.

"Love The Coopers," Nov. 13

The Cooper family has a chaotic and hilarious Christmas when four generations decided to come together to celebrate the holiday. The cast includes Amanda Seyfried, Olivia Wilde, Ed Helms, Diane Keaton and John Goodman.

"Secret In Their Eyes," Nov. 20

In this thriller, FBI investigator Jess (Julia Roberts) has spent 13 years searching for her daughter’s murderer when her partner Ray (Chiwetel Ejiofor) finally uncovers an unsettling clue that could finally close the case.

"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2," Nov. 20

In the final installment of the "Hunger Games" franchise, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) and Gale (Liam Hemsworth) leave District 13 to liberate the people in Panem and kill President Snow (Donald Sutherland).

"The Night Before," Nov. 20

Three best friends -- played by Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony Mackie -- decide to get together one last time for their annual Christmas celebration, but things go hilariously wrong.

"Creed," Nov. 25

In this seventh “Rocky” film, Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan) struggles to channel fighting skills he inherited from his father, the late Apollo Creed. Adonis reaches out to Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) to help train him as a boxer.

"The Danish Girl," Nov. 27

The film tells the story of artist Einar Wegener (Eddie Redmayne) who decides, with the support of his wife Gerda (Alicia Vikander), to undergo one of the first sex-change operations.

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